Month: April 2016

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What does ‘old’ really mean?

Given the recent losses our community has experienced recently, it’s only natural that the topics of dying and aging are constantly in our minds. It’s great to devote some thought – and plenty of action! – to how we are aging and how we want to depart from this world from a non-fatalistic perspective.

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Ungovernable, unnamable, free.

My dear friend, Lulu Torbet, – extraordinary woman, artist, photographer, writer, beloved by all those who knew her – died on Monday, April 11th, 2016. She died as she lived: surrounded by explosions of joy and affection, showered by the glowing love of her relatives and many friends. Lulu and her laughter and twinkling eyes will be missed so much. Her spirit lives on within me; thanks to the MANY precious memories we created together.

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The DIY Life

Whenever the power goes off, after the initial slight frustration (to which I’m sure you can relate!) I usually end up thinking about how much we’ve come to depend on electricity and automation in general. It’s such a blessing to be able to read and write and work with the help of a lamp and a lightbulb. For example: a few hundred years ago you risked blindness if you stayed up late to read or write by candlelight too often. Now, we can even read our favourite books right before bed.

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The Greatest Gift

These past few days I have thought a lot about generosity but not specifically the material kind (although it is important and life-changing). I think that the most precious gift we can give another person is our time and our emotional support. This kind of gift goes unnoticed many times, even when we are the ones giving it. It’s odd, because our time and attention can absolutely transform another person’s circumstances.

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What does ‘old’ really mean?

Given the recent losses our community has experienced recently, it’s only natural that the topics of dying and aging are constantly in our minds. It’s great to devote some thought – and plenty of action! – to how we are aging and how we want to depart from this world from a non-fatalistic perspective.

Read More »

Ungovernable, unnamable, free.

My dear friend, Lulu Torbet, – extraordinary woman, artist, photographer, writer, beloved by all those who knew her – died on Monday, April 11th, 2016. She died as she lived: surrounded by explosions of joy and affection, showered by the glowing love of her relatives and many friends. Lulu and her laughter and twinkling eyes will be missed so much. Her spirit lives on within me; thanks to the MANY precious memories we created together.

Read More »

The DIY Life

Whenever the power goes off, after the initial slight frustration (to which I’m sure you can relate!) I usually end up thinking about how much we’ve come to depend on electricity and automation in general. It’s such a blessing to be able to read and write and work with the help of a lamp and a lightbulb. For example: a few hundred years ago you risked blindness if you stayed up late to read or write by candlelight too often. Now, we can even read our favourite books right before bed.

Read More »

The Greatest Gift

These past few days I have thought a lot about generosity but not specifically the material kind (although it is important and life-changing). I think that the most precious gift we can give another person is our time and our emotional support. This kind of gift goes unnoticed many times, even when we are the ones giving it. It’s odd, because our time and attention can absolutely transform another person’s circumstances.

Read More »

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